People with IBS often find eating triggers their symptoms. It’s often difficult to identify what component, if any, of the meal may be responsible.
In many cases, it just may be the act of eating, the context of the meal, what it represents or just eating in a rush that is upsetting the gut.
Also, click on BDA IBS Food Facts to learn what the British Dietetic Association recommends for IBS.
Search online for a dietician www.freelancedietitians.org
Watch this video guide from NHS dietitians
This 35-minute video guide can help you learn more about managing your symptoms. It's similar to the advice you'd get if you saw a dietitian.
It covers general diet tips for IBS; advice on certain types of food, like dairy and gluten; basics of the low FODMAP diet; and allergy testing.